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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1893)
HATS GIVEN AWAY AT KAY & TODDS! I
With every suit of Clothes bought at our store for Cash
to be worth at least 10 per cent of the price of the suit; moreover we
of gooas can be bought for a 7
in plain figures and at prices much less than the same < quality
es of Men’s and Boys’ Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furn
the county. We Carry Only Men’s Goods, and our lines
ishing Goods are by far the largest to be found south of Portland.
We have the only Firs
KAY & TODD.
Tailor shop in the county and make desirable alterations on suits free of charge.
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER. THE BEGINNING OF REVELATIONS.
A VERITABLE ARSENAL.
Go to Moutce’s and get your photo
The Pay Car of th. Houth.rn l’aclflc Vl.-
graphs taken; the finest in the] city
The reported discovery of extensive
lt. «hl. City-
HARDINS &. HEATH, Publisher*.
You will always find us ready to please
jienslon frauds perpetrated by au at
torney of Norfolk, Va., is not so start
The pay car of. the Southern 1‘aeific our customers. McMinnville, Oregon
ling as it would be if there were not railroad company, on its monthly tour
Jae Copy, per year, inadvance............. $1 00
Oce Copy, six months in advance............ 50 every reason to expect similar develop to replenish the pockets of its employ
ments. It may safely be regarded as es, visited this city Monday afternoon.
Entered at the postoffice at McMinnville the first of a series of shameful discov By the courtesy of one of the clerks a
reporter, says the lelcgram, was ad
eries sure to be made.
Oregon, as second-class matter.
The bitter outcry that has lieen made mitted to the sacred premises ami per
R esolutions of C ondolence and all O bit - against any attempt to purge the pen mitted to view the interior of this trav
uary Poetry will be charged for at regular sion lists does not signify a conviction eling bank. On being asked whether
that there is no need of entering upon they were not afraid of being robbed
« ample C opies O f *T he T elephone -R egis this work, but rather fear of investiga the clerk replied:
ter will be mailed to any person in the
“While we are thoroughly prepared
United States or Europe, who desires one, tion. The more outcry, especially the
more that comes from pension agents to repel marauders, we do not fear any
free of charge.
L. P. Fisher, Newspaper advertising and similar classes, the more reason for attempt will be made to rob us. Of
agent, 21 Merchants’ Exchange. San prosecuting investigation with vigor.
course it is a glittering temptation for
Francisco, is our authorized agent. This
This administration must not hesi thieves, as we carry on an average
paper is kept on file in his office.
tate to enter upon a work which was about $500,000 each trip. On leaving
All rubecribere who do not receive their too much neglected during Mr. Cleve San Francisco we came direct to Port
paper regularly will confer a favor by im land’s former term. The pension de land, traveling only during the day
mediately reporting the same to thia office
partment is not tbeonly one under sus time. We always lay over at night at
picion of orookednes. The people de some large city where an attack by rob
Thursday, May 18, 1893.
mand a thorough housecleaning in ev bers is not very feasible. At every sta
ery department. Whoever is an obsta tion telegrams are regularly sent, and
The average running expenses of cle to doing this work must be depriv should we fail to make a station by
the county for the last three years has ed of power to prevent it.
even a few luinutrs a special guard is
l>een *41,104.86, so the organ of the
The people [expect the democratic sent to look us up. We commence dis BALLOON ASCENSION
eourt informs us. Granting that the party to do thorough ami fearless ser bursing our money from this end, pro
and PARACHUTE JUMP.
present levy will pay oft’ all outstand vice in this line. They do not want ceeding to«var«l San Francisco, so that
ing indebtedness, on what will the any honest man to sutler unjustly, but we catch every train coming and go
PROFESSOR FRANK MILLER
county run for the next twelve months? they demand that no guilty man shall ing.”
Under the management of
escape. We must establish in every
The car is an interesting sight itself.
l’rospests are a very good thing, Mr. bureau of administration a soundness
The one car is divided into three apart
Professor Charles Orewiler,
Popgun; but unfortunately they are not
that can be warranted. Failure to do ments, the front lieing the dining car,
bankable. Present condition counts
at M c M innville ,
this will operate^against the party and the middle section the sleei>er and tlie
for more in this day and age—when
ought to do so. It would be a failure last apartment the treasure box. The MAY 20,1893, AT 2 O’CLOCK P. M.
taxes are twenty-six mills—than pros
in a prescribed duty.— Worirf.
apartment is sheathed with steel, so it
pects. Speaking of taxes reminds us
would be impossible to pierce its sides
that the T elephone -R egister pays a
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A. M.
Tlie taxpayers in the last six weeks with bullets or set it afire. Iron shub
larger tax than all the other papers in
have realised that “it is a condition, ters similarly protect the windows.
7:30 P. M.
Yamhill county combined.
The money department is a veritable
and not a theory that confronts us.”
Marble and Granite
Tlie New York World lias been un
rear and front, Winchester rifles and
CHINESE MUST <iO.
der the control of the present owner
ten years and last Sunday an anniver
Consti- hooks, ready for any emergency. The
sary number was issued. It contained Geary Exclusion Law is Declared
window througli which the money is
100 page, and is the largest pajier ever
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
B ranch Y ard —“Holl’s Okl
handed out is at the rear side, anti a
issued in any country. It covered a
On Monday the supreme Court, small ante-way is approaclieil from the
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
great variety of subjects, but a goodly through Justice Gray, sustained tlie de
portion is devoted to the history and cision of the New York courts in favor rear steps, only one man being allowed
Oregon. 40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and
accomplishments of the World itself, ef the constitutionality of the Geary to go through at a time.
A desk stands immediately in front
¡pared to do Cemetery work in
all of which is very interesting reading. Chinese exclusion act. Justice Brewer
of this window, and behind it the clerk all its (tranches at bottom prices. Any
pays out tlie money, as directed by the one needing work of tills kind will <lo X’vi.l.lm.an.
The Chinese registry law has been
Sleepers, Free üeclin-
The announcement that a decision in paymaster. Within reach of each hand well to call an«l examine their stock
anil get prices before going elsewhere.
declare«! constitutional by the supreme
tlie case was expected attracted a large
court. The decision was a disappoint attendance of sjiectators and attorneys, are two ugly looking revolvers which
lie may reach in an instant. Besides
ment to the admistratiou. Not one-
For rates or general information call on
including Attorney-General Olney, So the defensive means of attack is the
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
fourth of the Chinese in the country
licitor-General Aldrich, Senators Pugh, door of the window, wliieli slides up Of the First National Bank at McMinnville,
have registered. There is no money
Dolph and Cochran. Justice Gray, in when opened. It is made of the heav Oregon, at the close of business, May 4, W. H. HURLBURT, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
on haml to defray the expenses of de-
254 Washington St.,
announcing the Judgment of the court,
porting tlie unregistered ones, anti it said that the power of this nation to re iest of cast iron, and it requires two
P ortland , O regon
looks very much as if tlie law would
strict or prohibit the immigration of window. A pedal, operated by the Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 7,029 41
remain a dead letter until congress
aliens Into the country, or to require foot, is placed within easy access of one IT. S. Bonds to secure circulation
Stocks, securities, etc....................
from Terminal or interior Points th
such aliens alreudy in tlie country to of theso members, and in case of alarm Due from approved reserve agents
Due from other national banks...
A republican organ observed that "the
Due from State banks and bank
greatsst need of the present adminis principle of international law, confirm iron door to drop in an instant. Should ers ......................... ........ .
ed by an unbroken line of decisions in a person’s arm happen to lie in the way Banking-house, furniture, and
tration is a republican congress to carry
this court. The legislative power of the it would be crushed in an instant. Current
expenses and taxes paid.
out its financial jiolicy.” What tlie ad
government had not transcended any Such were some of the methods of re Checks and other cash items.
ministration really needs is the assist
paper currency, nickels
of its constitutional limitations in the sisting robliers, shown to a reporter in
ance of a level hea led congress to wipe
Is tl'*: Line tn fake
act under consideration. It was with answer to his query.
Specie.............................................. :l,254 10
out the present financial situation,
in its powir to determine the regula
The car is in charge of Paymaster Redemption fund with U S Treas
which was foisted on the country by a
assisted by John B. Gaffney
ure^ 5 per cent of circulation) .
republican congress and a republican tions under which these aliens should Jackson,
It Is the DINING CAR ROUTE. It runs
be permitted to remain in the United and ons other clerk. There are several
president. The Sherman law cannot
Through VESTIBULFÜ TRAINS
T otal .............................
States, or, failing to observe these regu
Every Day in ll.u Year to
be “carried out too soon.”— H’orM.
Two Large Train Loads of Threshing Capital stock paid in..........
$ 50,000 00
We are able to chronicle the reorgani try. The provisions of section 6 of the
(No Change of Cars)
zation ef the McMinnville board of act, which are a part of the law partic
The Advance Thresher company, of Individual deposits subject to check 77,638
trade. A very enthusiastic meeting ularly at issue, are not inconsistent
of DIKING CARS
was held Tuesday evening, When
Time certificates of deposit.
seventy-five or a hundred of the best legislative and judicial departments of May 15, 2 large trainloads of their well Due to state banks and bankers .. 1,946 25 PCLLMAMOnAWlYG ROOM SLEEPERS
citizens of the town get together on the government. Mere procedure un known threshers and traction engines,
(Of Latest Equipment,)
T otal ....................................... *280.476 Co
any matter, something must lie done, der the section is similar to well estab etc., to Edward Hughes, their general I
S tate of O regon , C ocntv ok Y amhill , sh :
The first subject to receive attention
Best that can be constructed and in
I,W. D McDonald Jr,Cashier of the above
which accommodations are for hol
will be the highways leading to the pus and naturalization, fixing the re will be about 40 cars in the two train named Bank, do solemnly swear that the
ders of First or Second-cptss Tick
city, In this we are all interested and quirements of citizenship and tlie like, loads, the value of which will exceed above statement is true to tlie liest of my
when you are approached by any of in which the judicial branch of the *120,000. This is the largest single knowledge and
W. D. M c D onald Jr, Cashier.
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
the various committees, do your level government may accept tlie determine, shipment of threshing machinery ever Subscrilied and sworn to before me this
A Continuous Line connecting with all
best and give the town a lift. Tills is tion of the executive upon the questions made to the Pacific const. The unpre l’ili day of May, 1893.
lines, affordiug direct and unin
W. M. R amsey .
the way to accomplish the desired end. involved. As to the requirements of cedented demand for the Advance L„ni'. ‘
Notary Public for Oregon,
A long pull, a strong pull, and a pull,
Pullman 81eepvr reservations can be secur
J acob W ortman ,)
altogether will raise McMinnville out try should they establish the right by
ed in advance tbronuh nnv ..pent of the road
J. W. H
I obbs ,
the evidence of one credible white wit seasons, Induced Mr. Hughes to place
of the mud. Lend a hand.
E. N. F ord .
ness, the justice said, it was within the this large order early last fall. That
end Europe can be purchased at any ticket
office of this conmnny.
one house can sell in one season such a
The necessity for street improvement power of the legislature to determine
Full information concerning rates, timi
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
lnrge number ef threshers, stamps the
in this city is too apparent to need any the character of the evidence that
of trains, routes and other details furnished
Advance at once as the lending thresh Of the McMinnville National Bank at Mc on application to any agent, or
further general argument. The city
Minnville in the state of Oregon, at the
er of the World. Train No. 1 will stnrt close
of business, May 4. 1893:
council has taken the initiative step for atul what force should be given to the
Asst General Passenger Arent
from Battle Creek, as stated above, and
Doserai Oflleo Of the Company, No. lSl
the improvement of B street from one
ffirat St., Cor. Wahiagtoa. Farfoftd* Or*
will l>e routed over the Grand Trunk, Loans and discounts ................... !|
corporate limit to the other. This is discussing the wisdom or justice of the
secured and unsecured
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and the I I Overdrafts
right and should be accomplished as
Union Pacific railroads. Train No. 2 I Stocks, securities, county war-
soon as possible. But it is quite certain province of ths judicial branch of the
will be routed over the Michigan Cen . Due from approved reserve agents
that the effort will be defeated by a re government. It remains only to say
Due from other National banks
monstrance on the part of the projierty that the judgment of the circuit court tral, Chicago, Milwakee & St. Paul and ' Banking
house, furniture and
In the County Court of Yamhill County,
Northern Pacific railroad. The cars in
owners. In remonstrating against this of the southern district of New York in
State of Oregon.
these trainloads will be lieautifully ban Current expenses and taxes paid
In the matter of the estate of II. G
nee«led improvement we think the resi
| Premiums on U. 8. bonds........
Burns, deceased, la» of said Yamhill coun-
dents along B street are very short
the following form: “Advance Thresh | Bills of other banks
To Susan Carrol, David D. Burns, Nancy
sighted. Unless a more liberal spirit said an opinion in writing would be
Laney, Catherine Yoder, H. U. Burns, the
prevails and at least one principal
and heirs at law of Amanda I^ee,
At the conclusion of Justice Gray’s gon."
Specie.............................................. 23.343 75 deceased, the children and heirs at law of
street is put in go«Mi shape this summer
deceased, and io the un
579 00 Elizabeth (
people outside will note our lack of en
i Redemption fund with U.S. treas-
known heirs of »aid decedent, H. O. Burn»,
terprise and comments thereon will l>e that he was compelled to dissent from
| urer(5 per cent of circulation).
heir» at law of Amanda
the view of a majority of the court. He . Ill the matter of distributing road I
T otal ...................... z.......... I *181.000 70 Ixc and Elizabeth Ogle, deceased, being,
anything but complimentary.
also, heirs at law of the «lecedent. H. G
read his views at some length, declar funds among the various road districts;
Burns, and tlieir names being unknow
Special Commissioner Blount has ing in substance that tlie act of 1892 ordered that each roatl district be ai- Capital stock paid in.................. *50,00 00 Greeting:
Whereas, H. C. Burns has filed in the
been appointed minister to Hawaii to was unconstitutional; (that if upheld
5.349 47 alxive named ( ountx Court his written |>e-
succeed Minister Stevens. There has there is no.'guarantee that similar treat with the exception of districts 8 (Dun I National bank notes outstanding 11,250 00 tion in due form praying for an order of
I Individual deposits subject to
said Court empowering him as administra
been a great deal of speculation as to ment might not be aceorded other dee) and 6 (McMinnville).
check ............ .......... .............. 51,401 21 tor of said estate ot H. G, Burns, deeeased,
In the matter of the purchase of an I Demand
the attitude of the administration on classes of our population.
certificates of deposit..
5.830 89 to sell all tlie real property of said estate
Justice Field, whodelivere«l the opin elevator for the county rock crusher; Time certificates of deposit
53,882 72 hereinafter descrilied to obtain funds with
the question of annexation. Tlie presi
Due to state banks anti bankers..
295 87 which to satisfy the claims allowed against
dent was governed in his action of ion of the supreme Jeourt in the first ordered that D. P. Stratton be author
otal ........................................j *181.(M) 76 said estate anil expenses of administration
withdrawing the treaty and the send-
thereof, and whereas, said court has by or
of O regon , C ounty of Y amhill , ss: der thereof appointed June 6, 1893. at ten
ind of a special commissioner to the is a dissenting opinion. He hekl there for the county rock crusher to raise th? S tate
a. ni of said day as the time, and
lands by a desire to give all parties con- was a wide difference between the ex crushed rock to the height of nine feet named Bank, do solemnly swear that the tlie court room of said court, in McMinn
ceraed a hearing. The hasty action ef clusion of immigrants and the deporta with an extension of four feet. Said above statement is true to the best of my ville, in Yamhill county. State of Oregon,
knowledge and belief
as the place for hearing said petition, and
the Harrison administration in prepar tions of alien residents, and character elevator to be delivered at any designa
E. C. ArrERsox, Cashier.
directing proper citation to issue.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
ing a treaty in its last days was consid ize«! the act in the strongest languaage
Now, therefore, in the name of the state
i of Oregon, you and each of you are hereby
ered ill advised, even by many frsends i as inhuman, brutal and a violation of lie at no expens«' after the elevator is 16th day of May, 1893.
and required to be and appear at the
of annexation, and unanimously by all the constitution in every section. He delivered. Elevator to be put in go«xl I -seal;
Notary Public for Oregon
■ time and place above appointed for hear
petition and then and there show
opposed. There is not a spoken word
( 'naaxcr—Attest :
cansev if any cx!st«. why an order of sale of
given out by the present administra eourt, to bis mind, was fraught with receive the sum of $175 when satisfac-
W m . C« m «» kll , J
I said land should not lie granted as prayed
J. L. Ro<.zas, - Directors.
tion by which its policy on this ques the gravest dangers to constitutional tion is given.
j for In said petition, to-wit: Lots five (5)
A. J. ArrEBsox.)
| «n«l all of lot six (6) of block four (4) of the
tion is to be Judge«!. All the light liberty.
[ the town of McMinnville, State of Oregon,
Chief Justice Fuller also dissented i Am. Itoad Machine Co., rock
there is on the subject Is gathered from
excepting 22 feet fronting on Fifth street',
I an<l running back 33 feet, said part eicept-
its actions. Other nations are keeping from the opinion of the court.
ed as aforesaid being in the soatheast cor
After the court concluded the an Amity l’epgun, financial state
their hands off, and it is safe te say
Notice is hereby given that the under ner of said lot numbered six. and also lot«
ment and bridge notice.........
9 00 signed has been appointed bv the County I five (5) and six (6) of block nine < 9) in said
that the Islauds are approaching an nouncement of the opinions Aahtoa,
court of Yamhill county. State of Oregon city, or town of McMinnville, and also lots
nexation just as fast as the government of counsel for th* Chinese, moved a re- D P Stratton, three wlieele«!
sole executor of the last will and teatament seven (71 and eight (81 of block nine (9) of
scrapers .................. . ................ 75 00 of A I . Martin, deceased, and that he ha.« Rowland's addition to said citv or town of
at Washington deems advisable. When | hearing and an argument before the
There McMinnville. Oregon.
1 W duly qualified a- snch executor
«■engross meets next fall a new annexa ' full l«nch at the next term. At pres- 1 A Benedict, road work................
Witness, the Hon. William Galloway.
fore. all persons having claims against the
tion treaty will he sent to the senate, I ent the «xnirt stands 5 to 3 in support F Wood, quarrying rock............. 100 00 estate of said decedent are lierebv required Judge of said County Court of Yamhill
Oregon, and the seal of «aid Court
to present them, with the proper’ vouchers
and of which it will net be said that it : of the lawplustice Harlan being absent
Karl's Clover Root, the new blood therefor, to me at my residence in said hereto affixed, this the 2nd day of of Ma«-
was hastily prepared Mid does not treat ' The court took the matter under ad- purifier, gives freshness and clearness county
within six months from the date of
j visement, the effect of which is to post
all interests fairly.
1 to the complexion and cures constipa
pone proceedings under the judgment tion. 25e. oOe and $1. Sol«l by How- Date*! May 18.
W. W. LEVIS, Execat»»r.
* announced to-day.
' orth 4 Co.
Rauiscy A Fenton. Attomevs.
Ramsev 4 Fenton. Att'vs for «aid E«tate
On and after April 1st. ;
1893,1 will sell my en- !
tire stock of
HS1 SIS AT n,
As I intend to make a
change in business.
Come in and get prices
and you'll be convinced
that I mean what I say.
QUALEY & HENDERSON,
DA YS TO
To ail Poifks East & South
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
J. B. ROHR,
House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter
Ths Only Sign Writer In the County.
Homes fitted up in the Neatest and Most
Designs furnished for Decorations.
BURNS & DANIELS,
Can Supply AH Your Needs In
Remember Paper Hanging and Inside bur
nishing a Specialty. .
Work taken by Contract or by the Day. L*'
perienced men employed.
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company
‘Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
Express Tyains Leave Portland Daily.
Portland .. 7.00 p m San Francisco 8.15 aiu
San Fran... 7:00 p m| Portland.. .. 7.35 am
Above trains stop only at following sta
tions north of Roseburg: East Portland,
Oregon Citv, Woodburm, Salem, Albany
Tangent, Snedds, Halsey, Harrisburg, Jun
ction city, Irving, Eugene
Roseburg Mall Daily.
Portland . 8:30 a m Roseburg... 5:50 p m
Roseburg. . 7:00 a in | Portland. 4:30 p m
Albany Local, Dally, Except Sunday.
Portland.... 5: p in Albany.........9: pm
Albany........ 0:30 a m Portland .. 10:30 a in
BELOW PORTLAND PRICE:
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS, .
Funeral Outfits, Stylish and Plain,
At Reasonable Rates.
SEE OUR GOODS BEFORE PURCHASING,
Dining Cars on Ogden Route,
Pullman Buffet Sleepers,
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all Through Trains
WEST SIDE DIVISION
0 O. HODSON,
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
Portland ... 7:30 a m McMinn'.. .10:10 a m
McMinn’.. .10:10 a in Corvallis.. .12:10 p m
Corvallis... 12:55 p m McMinn' .. 2:66 p m
McMinn’... 2:56pm Portland... 5:30 p m
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of Oregon Pacific.
Express Train Daily, except Sunday.
Portland... 4:40pm McMnn ... 7.2.5pm
McMinn’... 5:45 a m] Portland... 8:20 am
Through Tickets to all Points in
Tlie Eastern states, Canada or Europe
Can be obtained at lowest rates from G. A.
Wilcox, Agent, McMinnville.
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst. G. F. & P Agt
5VIIEREAS the Circuit court of tlie slate
of Oregon, for Yamhill county, on the 1st
day of April, A. D. 1893, in that certain
suit therein pending wherein K. Livingstone
waz plaintin and Emil Pfaff, Henry Wein-
liard, Knapp, Burrell 4 Co. and The Mitch
ell de Lewis Company were defendants,
rendered a decree in favor of the said plain
tiff and against the said defendant Emil
Pfaff for the recovery of the sum or *13,800.-
00 I’. 8, Gold coin with interest thereon at
the rate of six per cent per annum from
April 1st, 1898, and for *400.00 attorneys
fees, and *42.75 costa and disbursements
and the sum of *312.00 as taxes, and fore
closing the mortgage executed by the said
Emil Pfaff upon the hereinafter described
real premises to secure the payment of all
said several sums of money, and ordering
the sale of said real premises; and Where
as it was found by said court and said de
cree that the defendant Henry Weinhard
has a subsequent mortgage upon said real
premises hereinafter described to secure
io him the payment of the sum of *453950
?old coin together with interest thereon
roni April 1st,1893, at tlie rate of eight per
oent per annum and the sum of *200.00 at
torneys fees and tlie sum of *101.00 taxes,
ami which sums are wholly unpaid and the
said defendant now has a decree for the re
covery of the said sums from the said
defendant Emil Pfaff; that tlie defendant
Knapp, Burrell * Co. has a judgment lien
upon said lands hereinafter described for
the principal sum of *156.26 together with
interest thereon from April 23d, 1891, at the
rate of ten per cent per annum and the
sum of *24.15 costs and disbursements: and
the defendants The Mitchell 4 Ix-wis Co.
have a judgment lien upon said lands
hereinafter described for the principal sum
of *150.75 together with interest thereon
from'the Sth day of September 1891, at the
rate ten per cent per annum and tlie sum
of*24.85 costs and disbursements and the
sum of *25.00 attorneys fees, which said
liens of the said defendents Henry Wein
hard. Knapp, Burrell 4 Co., and Tlie
Mitchell 4 Lewis Company are subsequent
to the lien of the plaintiff R. Livingstone
and th at said court in and by said decree of
foreclosure orderd the sale of all said real
premises hereinafter described to obtain
funds with which to satisfy the said sums
of money due said plaintiff K. Livingstone
and that if after tlie payment of said sums
so due said plaintiff there should then be
any sum remaining from the proceeds of
said sale tlie sum so remaining should be
applied on tlie said liens of said defendents
according to their priority and in the order
hereinabove stated; and Whereas there
was duly issued out of said court in said
suit upon and to enforce said deeree of said
Circuit court on tlie Sth day of April A D
1893, a writ of execution under tlie seal' of
said court and to me directed commanding
me in tlie name of the State of Oregon to
sell as provided by said decree, according
to law, to satisfy the above mentioned sums
of money together with costs tlie following
described real premises, to-wit:
Beginning at a point which is north six
teen degrees west eight chains from the
northeast corner of the southeast quarter
of section four in township five south
range four west of the Willamette meridi
an, and running thence north eighty-four
degrees thirty minutes east sixty-two chains
and sixteen finks to a point, which is north
twenty-four degrees west fifty links distant
from the northeast corner of the tract of
ami containing seventy-six and fifty-one
hundredths parts of an acre at this time
owned by A. M. Waddell, thence south
twenty-four degrees east fifty links; thence
nortli forty-five degrees thirty minutes east
2> chains IrJ links to southwest corner of a
tract of land at this time owned by Duncan
Ross, thence north twenty-three degrees
thirty minutes west to the Yamhill river
thence with the meanders of said river un
stream to where tlie east boundary line oT
the Donation Land Claim of Ephraim Ford
crosses the same thence south along the
east boundary line of said Ford elafm to
the southeast corner thereof and thence
west along the south boundary line of said
Ford claim to the center of tne southeast
quarter of section thirty-three In township
four south, range four west of the Willam
ette meridian; thence south to the north
uy 'ueiof '!le n°na,i”n fi»nd Claim
ofH. H. Hvde. thence east along said
north boundary line to the northeast <or
ner thereof and thence south sixteen de-
F“" e"‘ toploro of beginning, containing
five hundreil and seven acres of land be
Lh,e >’an,e TTor? or
•"<! known as a
whole as The Armstrong Farm ” in Y.m
hili county. State of Orr^n
./“’therefore I, W. L Warren, as sher
iff o(J am hill county. Oregon, under and.
by virtue of said writ of execution and said
decree an<l order of sale, will on the »th
day of May. A D1W. at the hour of one
o clock m tn of said day at the r-oort house
door at McMinnville, in said counts- sell
said real premises above de>cril»sl tA th.
highest bidder for cash in U S £ d cri n
the proceeds of said sale U> be. no lied
the claims as hereinabove stated^
Dated at McMinnville. Oregon thi. «h.
13th day of April. IR8B.
' hl* thi
House Furnishing Goo
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
Gas and Steam Fittings, Paints,
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Galvanized Iron, Tin and Metal Work
of Every Description.
O. O. HODSON, i
NOW ON THE MARKET
AND FOR SALE
That Desirable and Most Beautifully Located Property Known m
Pleasant Home Addition
Situate and adjoining the BAPTIST COLLEGE and Park; Only fin
minutes walk from the main street of McMinnville; By taking into cos-
sidération the Fine Avenues and Streets, the Sightly Situation and Love-
ly Surroundings Pleasant Home addition furnishes the grandest ud
most convenient property for those desiring a beautiful home. Pleasant
Home is subdivided in four acre-blocks and is sold on reasonable terns,
for information apply to WM. F. BRIEDENSTEIN, Sole Agent,
Cor. Third Street and Railroad. McMinnville, Or.
ED SALESMEN !
Local and Traveling.
To represent onr well known house
need no caPftal to represent a
firm that warrants nursery stock tirstdass
and true to name. Work all the Year. »100
per month to the right man. Apply quick
L. L. MAY i I’d.,
^’.”eiyn,an' piorists .nd Seedsmen,
«i Ills house is responsible) St. Paul, Minn.
THE CITY STABLES.
WILSON 4 HENDERSON, Prop*.
Livery, Feed, Sale!
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS,
LATEST STYLE RIGGS
Special Attention Given to
vi™o‘Ä‘’ B*tWMn E/lnd F- McMinn-
edNw «J! ’,,!rebZFv?n that the uivlersign-
eu as executor of the last will and testa-
d«M,O.f<lJoel ntOiye’ !*teof YanibUi county.
’ Wlll-.hy virtue of an order of the
OreS,t,n<7Ur! °f t,n>hill county. Htate of
2T 5’1?' rn*d.e •“<> entered of record on the
3d day of January, A D 1893 licensing
h?^h£!?Kr.erh’s ,1'"1 ,o to do, sell to the
' at ?ne O cIo«k p. m. of said
,he conrthouse door in McMinnville
12ribidCi!I,.,!‘y *nd ’.tatf',the Allowing di
.belonging to tlie es-
vaw or said decodent, to-wit Tho «»net
ami ui w!t iOn2*,n5
w^thTd lb Beginning at a point 150 feet
E r.1. .„fili .north and we"‘ junction of
vil e Y.n.!’ 1T*U !h* town
tbanA. ’ O ! cou,lt». state of Oregon
7i?th “ on* WMl Hneof said A atreit
« 7t :'hence»eat 204 feet; thence north
W.thenee east 204 feet to the pl.^Tof
Dated April 18, mib .
Attorneya for said Estate.
Proprietors of The McMinnville
IS FACTORY S
Situated at the Southwest corner of to
Fair Grounds. All sizes of
First-Class Drain Tile
kept constantly on hand nt lowest WM
DERBY A BOYEB.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given tiiat the pzrto«r
ship heretofore existing lietween ■
under the firm name of W. T. Booth
has this day been mutually dissolved, th*
Booth retiring. Ail accountsdne »»id J™
wifi be paid to W. T. Booth end all
debts will be paid by W. T. Booth. All
have not settled tlieir accounts up to J»*^
ary 1, 1883, .re requested do so at on<*; ~ ,
thank our many friends for their lit*”1
patronage, and bespeak for W. T. ■<*•:
who will carry on the business at the«“
stand, the same favors and kind tread»*"1
W. T Boor».
V. 8. B oot ».
Dated March 20, 1893.
WE WANT YOO
to aet ae oar agent. We furnish an ««P**?
outfit and all you need free. It coot« aotbjM *
try the bneineaw. We will treat you writ
help you to earn ten time« ordinary waft***
aexea of all ages can live at home and wo* ’
■pare time, or all the time. Aay one any •*£
«an earn a great deal of money. Many have**
Two Hundred Dollars a Month, ho
people in the world are making «o much sw
without capital aa those at work for ut BaM«*
pleasant, strictly honorable, and pay« better tMg
any other offered to agent«. You have a
field, with no competition. We equip yee •¡¡J
everything, and supply printed dire*»***
beginner« which, if obeyed falthfnlly. will
more money than will any other butint* J"
Prove your proapeet«! Why not’ You can**
eaiily and eurely at work for n«. K»a«oU>*
industry only neceaaary for absolute »“ec*7.
Pamphlet circular giving every particular 1» *•
free to all. Delay not in sending for It.
GKOROK STINSON A <’<> i
Box No. 4SS, PortlaaA
m -<r . w w. warren .
Sheriff of 5 amhill Coanty. Oregon
(»•t New and Startling Facta at Drog¿í«u.